Difficulties recruiting teachers in Fenland is one of the biggest factors affecting schools and their performance in newly-published league tables.
Neglected and abused children in Cambridgeshire are increasingly likely to be at risk of harm by the time social services reach them, figures show.
A champion boxer has gone back to his old Chatteris school to inspire current students to career confidence and academic success.
A baby from Manea and his family are urging people to sign a petition aimed at forcing the Government to cut the talk and fund life pro-longing drugs.
Next month should finally see the launch of the Local Urgent Care pilot scheme in Wisbech - nearly two years later than was originally planned.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident in Wisbech in which a driver was assaulted following a two vehicle crash.
The sun may have been shining yesterday but there was snow in Wisbech Park as the Friends of the Bandstand staged their Christmas party in the park.
Residents from Beaupre Hall in Outwell together with church volunteers were treated to a Christmas performance by pupils from the village school.
Community groups wanting to give disused land and buildings a new lease of life can apply for a conservation grant from Fenland Council.
A proposal to retain free collection points for sharps boxes at selected pharmacies and GP surgeries across Fenland has been agreed by councillors.
Hospital admissions of young people with asthma are rising in Cambridgeshire, according to the latest data from Public Health England.
A planning application to convert the old Pump House at Wisbech Castle into a café has been made by the town council three months after it opened.
Fenland police Inspector Ian Lombardo has issued a massive thank-you to the local community after an overwhelming response to a toy appeal.
Things seem to be moving in the right direction for Fenland – here Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer writes about his views of the area’s future...
Work has officially kicked off at the site of a former agricultural garage in Chatteris to bring new homes for disabled adults in Cambridgeshire.
Plans for a new secondary school in Wisbech have sparked calls for a rethink by opponents concerned about the proposed location.
Children and families in Wisbech are benefitting from new play equipment following more than £30,000 of investment in three of the town’s play areas.
There are reports of a bus and lorry crash on the A47 between the B1167 New Cut, Thorney and the A141 March Road at Rings End.
Prolific charity fundraiser Cyril Snushall has raised one last sum following his death in October.
No homes were built for social rental in Fenland last year, figures show.